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of stuff going on. monday morning commute. bullseye on everybody's mind. but redskins and are playing home today. you need to dress to be warm and dry. snow this morning mixes in and eventually changes over to what looks like, anyway, an extended period of sleet and/or some freezing rain, especially right in the i-95 corridor and points to the north and west of there. this is going to be a very dicey forecast, everybody. you just need to know i-95 is basically the dividing line between what could be low impact and moderate impacts from this kind of storm. 32 at national airport. wind out of the north at 14 miles per hour. it is a windy and cold start this morning. mid to upper 20s in northern maryland. you folks, frederick county, washington county, maryland, panhandle of west virginia, you actually have the best chance of seeing several inches of accumulating snow before we start to transition over to the sleet and the freezing rain. should be snow for most everybody at the beginning, with temperatures below freezing all the way up through the atmosphere much there's warm air coming in al
redskins game, burgundy and gold set to take on the kansas city chiefs a few hours from now. if you're braving that cold air to tailgate, remember, you cannot take umbrellas into fedex field. chuck is here to tell us what you should probably bring, a heavy jacket, right? >> anything you can do to stay warm and dry. 395 at etzel road there, there are indeed some white patches in the grass there. total snow accumulations today, probably in the one to two inch reign range around town, more than that up to the north and west. travel problems will tina on into your monday morning. so, freezing rain likely around here later this afternoon and tonight changing over to all rain tomorrow and ending with a little snow on tuesday. >> thanks, chuck. don't forget to get storm team 4 weather app. >> that's right. >>> "meet the press" is coming up. ne>>> this sunday, nelson madikizela-mandelman dedela. a special person whose world course changed world events. >> he was a president that embodied that human beings and countries can change for the better. >> his enduring power is that he showed us th
, there's no doubt this has not been the season the redskins wanted or expected, but the show must go on and the team must find answers to its problems. >> and as diana russini tells us, it all starts with the head coach and the quarterback. >> reporter: the washington redskins haven't won a game in over a month, and the struggles on the field continue to surround this team. at the center of the saga is the relationship between coach shanahan and robert griffin iii. so at 3-9, we asked the two how they are really getting along. >> what are you in? are you talking about football or when we go to a local pub and have a beer together? >> do you ever do that? >> what's that? >> do you ever do that? >> he doesn't drink. but on a serious side, i think it's always been good. yeah. i know some things i read aren't that good. but i always felt it's been good. >> how would you describe the relationship from where it was then to where it is now. >> i think whenever you have competitors like us, losing can be tough. but at the end of the day, just like when i came in here, coach kyle, all the res
. asked yesterday whether washington should change its nfl team from the redskins he reportedly replied no, adding quote, what are we going to call the cleveland indians, the cleveland aboriginals next? >> good we got that out of the way. >> that was critical. >> the president yesterday gave a speech on the income disparity and a lot of people, a lot of supporters said it was one of his best in some time. >> it looked like he was making a real effort to reach out to liberals that may have been disaffected. whether he'll implement any of the policies he's talked about, raising the minimum wage, whether he's going to limit tax breaks for the rich, that, of course, is policy will be a lot harder for him to actually do. >> but he had to do that. you had a report coming out showing that income disparity had gotten much worse since 2009 and shows that this is not just a republican issue or a democratic issue, it's an ongoing crisis. >> social mobility is a concern. social mobility in america is lower than in europe. is that the way americans think of themselves they have lower social mobility th
, the bureau of redskin clamation conduit hydropower development equity and jobs act. in congress, one of our top priorities is to secure american energy independence. and as we all so in this institution, we don't always agree on how best to meet that goal. however, hydropower is a clean, renewable source of energy and finding innovative ways to develop this resource is an area where most of us can agree. i'm grateful that chairman mcclintock and ranking member grijalva support this bill and we are pleased to see the bipartisan spirit behind this piece of legislation. bureau of reclamation projects such as canals, pipelines, and dams play an important role in supplying water to our communities. agriculture is the primary economic driver in my home state of montana, and having a sound and strong irrigation system is critically important to us back home. h.r. 1963 will amend the water conservation and utilization act to allow for conduit hydropower development on 11 bureau of reclamation projects under this act. that includes some in my home state of montana, including the buffalo rapids near
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